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XIX век

Notes on nineteenth-century Russian poetry and prose.

  • By Erik McDonald
  • Based in United States of America
  • Roughly one post per month
  • First post on

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Month starting Posts
Jun 2022 7
Jul 2022 2
Aug 2022 0
Sep 2022 0
Oct 2022 1
Nov 2022 0
Dec 2022 0
Jan 2023 4
Feb 2023 0
Mar 2023 3
Apr 2023 2
May 2023 1
Jun 2023 2
Jul 2023 2
Aug 2023 16
Sep 2023 4
Oct 2023 1
Nov 2023 1
Dec 2023 0

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Most recent posts

Khvoshchinskaya Sisters Digital Collection
My fellow Nadezhda Khvoshchinskaya fans—and, of course, fans of her sisters—will love the new site put together by a team of Khvoshchinskaya scholars as well as librarians and researchers at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. …
On , by Erik McDonald, 188 words
Girls Are Smarter Than Old Men
My podcasts post did what I hoped, and now I have more good things to listen to than time to listen. Thanks to all who weighed in with suggestions! I wanted to highlight one podcast: …
On , by Erik McDonald, 378 words
“Yesterday afternoon, a little after five”
If you like Russian poetry from after Lermontov and before Blok, you’ve probably read this by Nekrasov: Вчерашний день, часу в шестом,Зашел я на Сенную;Там били женщину кнутом,Крестьянку молодую.Ни звука из ее груди,Лишь бич свистал, …
On , by Erik McDonald, 1,446 words